Actors aren’t the only professionals who ask the question: “What’s my motivation?” That’s because motivation is what keeps people going. In fact, that inspiration leads to higher levels of job satisfaction, career stability, and performance.
But how do you know which candidates are most likely to possess that fire-in-the-belly factor? Or who will remain committed to individual and organizational success?
Before you go spending petty cash on carrots and sticks, measure their grit.
Averaging 10-15 minutes, the 58-item assessment is based on leading workplace motivation model, Holland/RIASEC.
It evaluates a candidate’s interests, which helps predict how motivated they will be by the actual responsibilities of the job.
The more motivated they are by those responsibilities, the likelier they will succeed in that position.
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